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A new low-cost airline from Turkish Airlines will start flying to Ukraine

Turkish low-cost airline AnadoluJet will launch flights to Ukraine from March 30 according to the schedule: four times a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at night.

Departures from Ankara will be operated at 00:30 with arrival in Kyiv at 02:30. The plane will depart from Kyiv at 03:25 and arrive in Ankara at 05:25. Travel time will be two hours, according to avianews.com.

The tariffs in the booking system are promised to be loaded soon.

AnadoluJet flights will be serviced at Kyiv Boryspil airport.

On the Ankara-Kyiv route, the new air carrier will compete with another Turkish low-cost airline, Pegasus Airlines, that operates on a similar schedule.

AnadoluJet is a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines. Its peculiarity, in comparison with the parent company, is a simplified service and the absence of a business class. The low-cost airline will fly to Kyiv on a Boeing 737-800 with a maximum number of seats—189. This is the seating arrangement used by Ryanair, the largest low-cost airline in Europe.

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